Gouveia says high quality international airline service needed

– US flights to be boosted by pact with Aruba Airlines

The May 2013 cessation of the Delta Airlines passenger service to Guyana based on what the airline had said was the “poor performance of the route” was a blow from which Guyana continues to find it difficult to recover, Chief Executive Officer of Roraima Airways Inc Gerry Gouveia has told Stabroek Business.

“It’s difficult to overestimate the various difficulties that we face including those that have to do with the welfare of key sectors of the economy when no major airline is coming our way,” Gouveia declared.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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